Former Toro Rosso driver Brendon Hartley will be part of Porsche's factory driver programme in 2019, the German team confirmed, as the Kiwi won...
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A two-time WEC championship-winner as well as a one-time Le Mans winner in 2017, Brendon Hartley made his debut in F1 in the late stages of 2017, eight years after being Red Bull’s reserve driver before being axed by the team. Although he didn’t score a single point in the 2017-season, he was signed for 2018 by Toro Rosso, lining up besides the much younger Pierre Gasly. Hartley was nearly 27 years old when he made his debut in Austin in 2017, which is old for a debutant, especially at a development team.
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Hartley: "I have absolutely no doubt Honda will be successful with Red Bull"
Brendon Hartley believes Honda and Red Bull will prove to be a successful relationship in the years to come. The former Toro Rosso driver played...
Hartley not ruling out future F1 return
Brendon Hartley only lasted one full season in F1, and while the New Zealander was unlucky during his stay at Toro Rosso, but his measly tally...
Hartley on Toro Rosso exit: "I thought I’d signed a long-term contract"
Brendon Hartley has revealed that he would "love to tell the story" about why he parted ways with Toro Rosso.
Hartley gets thanked by team despite being axed after one season
Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost has thanked his driver Brendon Hartley for his efforts during his slightly-over-a-year-long stint at the...
Hartley disappointed after final race
Brendon Hartley has said that he was disappointed with his twelfth-place finish in his last race for Toro Rosso at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Hartley played part in Honda improvement
Honda thank Brendon Hartley for his work throughout last season when he was driving for Torro Rosso.
"Unfinished business" for Hartley in F1
Brendon Hartley has revealed that he has "unfinished business" in Formula One following Toro Rosso dropping him of his duties for the 2019 season.
Zandvoort "needs complete overhaul" to host future Dutch Grand Prix
Noise around the Formula 1 paddock has suggested that potential new F1 host Zandvoort in the Netherlands would need a complete overhaul to host...
Gasly ignored team orders in Brazil
Toro Rosso's Pierre Gasly has ignored team orders in Brazil at Interlagos, it has been revealed, as the Frenchman wouldn't let his teammate Brendon...
Watch: Hartley explains how his steering wheel works
Brendon Hartley tells us how his steering wheel works inside his Toro Rosso. The New Zealander continues to fight for his place inside the Toro...
WATCH: How does an F1 steering wheel work?
Ever wondered how the complex steering wheels in Formula One actually work? Watch Toro Rosso's Brendon Hartley explain all you need to know about...
Hartley adamant he has done enough to stay in F1
Brendon Hartley is certain he has done enough to keep his Toro Rosso seat into the 2019 season. The New Zealander suggests he must "stand up...
Hartley told he will be replaced in 2019
Brendon Hartley has reportedly been informed that he will not be driving for the Toro Rosso team in 2019. The Kiwi had been on the brink of a...
Hartley gets more penalty points after collision with Ocon
Toro Rosso driver Brendon Hartley has been given two more penalty points on his racing licence for his collision with Esteban Ocon during the...
Hartley "not allowed" to elaborate on controversial Gasly comment
Toro Rosso driver Brendon Hartley has said he is "not allowed to comment" on a comment he made disputing his team's claim that Pierre Gasly's...
e.dams confirm Toro Rosso are in for Albon next season!
Alexander Albon Ansusinha was about to pen a three-year deal with the Formula E team Nissan e.dams. But when Helmut Marko discovered the deal,...
Watch: Hartley avoids plenty of carnage on opening lap in United States Grand Prix
Brendon Hartley is fighting to retain his seat at Toro Rosso. Luckily for him, he managed to avoid any first lap dramas as all the carnage unfolds...
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